After two decades in the political spotlight, Hillary Clinton
and her inner circle now have the freedom to
relax for a bit. If you could call this relaxation. By Joe Hagan
On the Cover: Hillary Clinton. Photograph by Douglas Friedman/Trunk Archive.
Like his father, the Kentucky senator has been deemed too fringe to be a viable presidential candidate. But the sheer winningness of his convictions (if not his views) could carry the day. By Frank Rich
Conversion therapy to treat homosexuality has now been banned in some states—yet back in 1980, one sexual surrogate did this writer a world of good. By Gene Stone
Alfonso Cuarón believes in making movies that are more than just a story, that blend the perspectives of characters and viewers. His latest, Gravity, is the fullest exploration of that philosophy—and it almost didn’t get made. By Dan P. Lee
The tantalizing quest for an addiction vaccine.
The commonest creatures in Central Park.
Watching a Brooklyn sunset with the blissfully wed Professor Xavier.
Our roundup of news from around the city.
Floating stack drawers, Twisted Lily opens in Boerum Hill, and more new stuff in New York stores.
“I’m taking this semester off and teaching kids how to make robots out of Legos.”
Barack Obama’s walk-up apartment, Ada Louise Huxtable’s Park Avenue perch, and John Mayer’s bachelor pad are all up for grabs.
New York's Umami Burger brings the fifth taste.
Take Root's Elise Kornack has discovered the perfect foils for sanditas' bright acidity.
Forget leaf-peeping: Autumn is all about the food fests. Our guide to a finger-licking fall.
Four years ago, a personal tragedy forever changed Norbert Leo Butz's life. It also changed his career.
Why Balthus's The Guitar Lesson gives so many people the willies.
What Brad Paisley learned from “Accidental Racist.”
If you want to recommend a great new movie or band to a friend, it might mean learning to pronounce “Chiwetel” or “Haim.”
Scarlett Johansson cruises for humans in Under the Skin.
Director Joseph Gordon-Levitt scores with the porn-addiction comedy Don Jon.
James Gandolfini is heartbreakingly good in Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said.
Disabilities are no big deal on Ironside and The Michael J. Fox Show.
25 things to see, hear, watch, and read.
Readers sound off on Rebel Wilson, Obamacare, and more.
Our deliberately oversimplified guide to who falls where on our taste hierarchies.
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